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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. i Ft~aC A THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1| ... Mr. And Mrs. Alan Crumly 9 lice 1s A lan Crumly Renee' Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Lloyd Har- ris of Fort Walton Beach, Flor- ida, became the bride of Dean Alan Crumly m an afternoon home wedding ceremony Janu- ary 25, 1976. Dean is the son of Mr. ar, d Mrs. Freeland Crumly of Shalimar, Florida. The Reverend J. L. Harris, grandfather of the bride, pre- sided at the double ring cere- mony The bride is the granddaugh- ter of the Reverend Harris of Paxton, Florida and Mrs. Nao- mi Miller of Paxton, Florida The bride's only attendant was Myra aurae, Maid of Honor. Gill Bixel served the bride- groom as best man. At the reception, following the wedding, Melody Harris, sister of the bride, kept the bride's book. Assisting at the bride's table were Mrs. Royce Dukes, sister of the bride and Mrs. James Crough, sister of the groom, The newly weds will travel to Gatlinburg, Tennessee for their honeymoon trip. They will make their home in Fort Walton. Special Missionary gram Scheduled A special missionary pro- color films, "The Rise of Anti- gram is scheduled to be held christ" and "Armageddon", in at Grace Baptist Church, Sun- addition to the mission empha- day night, February 15 at 6:00 sis. p.m~ TI~ speaker in charge A.special invitation is exten- ded to :all ~iht~l~Bted:l~e~sons of the p~a~'wlll be the Rev. Edward B: Salassi, Secretary to the Jewish Mission work, "To Israel With Love, Inc." The Rev. Jack L. Davis who has been a friend of the Grace Baptist Church for many years, formerly with Maranatha Bap- tist Missions, Hear O Israel, Inc., a Graduate of Tennessee Temple Schools and experien- ced pastor, is the Director of the Jewish Mission work. The missionary outreach is dedica- ted to reaching the Jew for Christ in accordance with Ro- mans 1:16, "For I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God un- to salvation, To the Jew first, but also to the Greek." The program will includetwo V~'ESTSli)E BAPTIST TO tlOi,l) , M()NTttLY SiNG Westside Baptist Church will hold a monthly sing Saturday night at 7:00. All local singers are cordially invited to attend. Billy Jo Williams, pastor, urges everyone to attend. to attend this service and be- come acquainted with the mis- sionary work and also see these timely films on prophesy. You will receive a warm welcome to the services at Grace Baptist Church. JEI.AINE i)OUND NAMED TO THE DEANS HONOR lAST A Florala student was among those named by University of South Alabama President Dr. Frederick P. Whiddon as being qualified for one or more aca- demic honors for their college work during the previous quar- ter. Lora Jelaine Pound, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hilliard Pound, was named tothe Dean's Honor List at the university. The Dean's Honor List rec- ognizes students who maintain a 3.4 or higher grade point av- erage for a three quarter peri- od. oney ???? Check Around The House Or Barn For Whatever You Don't Need And Bring It To Florala's New Antique And Used Furniture Auction Located Across From The Zippy Mart. Open Daily From 10 a.m - until 6 p.m. (All Day On Thursday ), Sunday From 1 p.m. Until 6 p.m. First Auction Saturday, February 28 at 1 p.m. And Every Saturday Therealter. For Details, Call 8-0662. Clear Springs Church News ews Our Sunshine Class Dinner was postponed. We hope that all the ladies of the church will remember the following date for the dinner; we will meet at the Dinner Bell Restaurant, in Florata, at 7 p.m. Thursday February 19th. Circumstances have also changed the date for the Valen- tine Party for the young people of our church. This party will be Friday night, Feb. 13th. At our business meeting last week it was decided we would begin some much needed re- pairs on the church building. Saturday morning the rhythm of singing saws and pounding of hammers were heard around the community as Pastor Williams and Willis Miller were already working to brace the heavy roof to stop further sagging. This was music to our ears because it is the symphony of progress, and preservation. As a traveler often must pause to review where he has come from in order to know where he is going, so a church family must take note of its. past to chart its future, correc- fly. This church building is it- self a constant reminder of the pioneer and self-sufficient spirit of our older members and friends. These people forged ahead and toiled for a special place of abode for the spirit in which they worshipped. We often salute these noble souls of yesterday, but we must do more than that. We must unite and work together to preserve and carry on with the dreams they had and strive to fulfill our own. Keeping in mind that vision- ary people will spin tales about what has been, but people of vision will hammer out what is to be. And in this case, main- tain and protect what we have, and say of them, "They did well with what they had and we should appreciate it enough to add to their efforts". You younger people must rea- lize that todays old people were once young and sooner than you think you will be the old people. To this end we feel that you will want to help keep this church building strengthen- ed with its needed repairs, and additions, and keep the congre-, gation refreshed with the spirit of hope as the victorious love of God prevails and encourage. This is another way of saying that an investment of your means, time and talent is an investment of the future - and all for your good. These are the FROM THE PRESIDENT'S DESK OF GARDEN CLUB Hi members! It is hardly worth my while to remind you of our meeting this Thursday, February 12, with this infor- mation being furnished by Radio Station, WAMI, Opp, Alabama, on the attractive bulletin board at the Post Office, and last (but not least), the Proclama- tion by our own co-op active Mayor Joe R. Evans; this meet- ing will be enjoyed by the mem- bership, I feel sure, as it will deal with and commemorate, the 200th birthday of our nation America; Mrs. Sadie Moon is Chairman of a committee for this important event with such names for her committee as Mrs. Georgia Mathews and Mrs. Ben Johnson; this alone makes us all know that we really have something BIG in store for us, so meet me there (Mrs. Juanita Radford's home with Mrs. Vas- sie Kimbrill as co-hostesses), which also makes us know that for sure, that part of the pro- gram meaning "Let's EAT" will be perfect in everyway for they know just how, and that means we'll be so pleased and delighted with it all. Until then ....... Vera. PERSONALS. Mr. E. H. Dean has return- ed home to George Town, South Carolina often visiting with rel- atives in Florala, Pensacola DeFuniak Springs, and Panama City. He was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hedge the evening of January ~.9. Friends of Timmy Davis will be glad to learn that he is at home after truing hospitalized for three days, following an accident at home. Mrs. Arleen Booth of Mont- gomery was a visitor last week in the home of Mrs. Maybell Gantt. While here, she also visited with Mrs. Annie Sue Cawthon who is at home re- covering from a recent illness. Sunday evening dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wood- ham were her sister and family of Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McDurmont and son, Kevin, Mrs. Woodham's mother, Mrs. Clara Parker, of Geneva, has been a guest in their home during the past week. Gary and Sherry Woodham, students at Auburn University, were weekend visitors in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wondham. tools with which to produce the finished product. It is to you we shall put faith and dependance to keep a decent place in this community, for a place of worship. The world of tomorrow will be better because you will make it so. We older people will be doing what we can and togeth- er we can achieve new heights in accomplishments. Each age is important in its sphere. Lets pledge ourselves to this task that is before us, and work lovingly for the glory of God. Rene' Hamilton, Finalist In Miss Alabama Teenage MISS RENE' HAMILTON, 15 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Hamilton of Huntsville, Alabama ( thereat- her is the former Dorothy Le- wis of Andalusia) and the grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Lewis of Andalusia, Alabama and the Rev. and Mrs. Horace Hamilton of Huntsville, has been selected as a finalist in the 5th annual Miss Alabama Teenager Pageant to be held at Hunting- don College in Montgomery Feb. 13-15. The Miss Alabama Teenager Pageant is the official state fi- nals to the Miss National Teen- ager Pageant coming up in At- lanta in August. Contestants from all over the state will be competing for the title and will be judged on scholastic achievements, leadership, poise, personality and beauty. Each young lady will recite a 100 word speech of her own composition on the subject "What's Right About America". The winner of the Miss Ala- bama Teenager Pageant will receive $500.00 in cash and an all expense trip paid to the Na- tional Pageant to be held in Atlanta, Ga. Trophies at the state pageant will be awarded to the top 5 contestants, 3 speech winners, Miss Congenialty, Miss Photogenic, and the citi- zenship winner. .. Miss Hamilton FLOWER OF THE MONTH... Azaleas are in their full glory in February. Banks and dirts of color grace the land- scape -- so much beauty for so little investment in time and care! Azaleas love plenty of water and a lime-free soil. An oak leaf mulch and an oc- casional spray for spider mite or leaf blight and you are re- payed man-fold with glorious bloom. ITEMS OF INTEREST... Mr. Bob Thomas, Floral Ar- tist and Consultant will present a lecture and demonstration at the Pensacola Garden Center on Thursday, Feb. 26 at 1:00 p.m. Tickets are available at the door for $3.50. Members, please contact Pat Brown if you're willing to do your part in presenting a Bi- centennial Flower Show at the Community Center to be called "Here's Looking At You Amer- ica". Come on Club, we can do it together! The next GardenClub meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 24. The club voted to present the Jericho Bicentennial Book ($60.00) to Paxton School Li- brary; Contribute ($10.00) to March of Dimes; Contribute $15 to World Gardening, which our President is Chairman of Dis- trict I. MEETING RECAP... President Greg McClellan kicked off Paxton Garden Club's participation in our nation's bicentennial year by calling the first monthly meeting of 19% to order Tuesday morning, Jan- uary 26, at the Paxton Commun- ity Center. Giving the invoca- McLaney . tion opening the meeting was Betty Mixon with the traditional reading of the Garden Club Prayer (reprinted at the close of this article). A business meeting was held and members not present, are reminded to bring garden books for club library to the next meeting. "The Popular Pansy", theme of the program, was presented by Betty Mixon. Noted below are some highlights from this high- ly enlightening program. "Pansies have been traced bac:~ to 16th & 17th Century England. A minimum of care will produce an abundance of flowers from these winter bloomers. Pansies should not be planted over three years in the same location due to pyth- ium, a fungus which can build up in the soil. They are ex- cellent choices for low bor- ders, bedding, between other flowers, in planters or window boxes. Very few diseases and almost no insects attack this attractive baby-faced flower." NOTE... "Thanks to Juanita Radford for this month's garden tiv. Fertilize you 13-13-13 now, it's Florala" Club Librarian ney doubled this month tess for the meeting. were to an homemade cluding date loaf chips and onion dip, punch. GARDEN CLUB ten dy Katherine G. Our Father, we The Master Designer gardens since time'S nings, and thank Thee priviledge of having a the creation of hearts may be lifted inspired. Guide us, we through these days ther that we may fields of knowledge, our understanding of and grow in spirit as in skills. Bless the the garden to our that we may serve faithfully and make dual contributions to Plan. This we pray, in Name. Amen. iiIbt J'lnrala [ rmJ SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT SOUTH FIFTH STREET FLORALA, ALABAMA MR. AND MRS. LARRY K. WOODHAM EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION RATES COVINGTON COUNTY, ALABAMA ....... ELSEWHERE IN ALABAMA ............ OTHER STATES ................... ESTABLISHED IN 1900 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ON THIJi II PAXTON'S BROWNIE TROOP #153 are beginning early to celebrate the Nation's Bicentennial Year. Here members of the troop are shown with shadow boxes projecting scenes of early Pilgrims, the Liberty Bell and American Flag. The Brownies plan to enter into new projects each month in connection with the Bicentennial Celebration. Pictured, front row, from left, are Michelle Wright, Patricia Yelverton, Aegie Tucker, Pat Armstrong; back row, from left, Connie Adams, Tabbie Piercy, Shelly Reynolds, Alecia Richard- son, and Melissa Cash~ell. INTERAGENCY COUNCIL MEETS Lawrence To Wed Mr. and Mrs. James E. McLaney of Florala announce the engagement of their daugh- ter, Patricia Ann McLaney, to James Wilson Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Law- rence of Route One, Opp, Al- abama. The wedding will be on March 12, at 6:30 p.m. at Lockhart Primitive. Baptist Church, with Elder John Miles Blackshear offici- ating. ,t . No invi{~(ions are being sent. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. NOTICE OF CHANGE IN WEDDING PLANS The wedding of Miss Janice Smith to the Reverend Fred- erick Douglas Oates will be solomenized at St. John Bap- tist Church, Florala, Alabama on February 20 at seven-thirty in the evening. A home wedding was original- ly planned. 1975 Models Suzuki Cycles Of Street Or Trail Reg. Sale Price TS100M $620.00 $475.00 TC100M 640.00 490.00 TS125M 750.00 565.00 TS185M 875.00 640.00 TC18$M 930.00 680.00 TS250M 1085.00 795.00 TS400M "1230.00 895.00 Street ...... GT185 M ' $925.00 $730.00 GT250M 995.00 785.00 GT380M 1295.00 1015.00 T500M 1175.00 925.00 GT550M 1635.00 1270.00 GT750M 2145.00 1650.00 RE 5 M 2475.00 1900.00 Suzuki Cycles of Ft. 131 Racetrack R,I. NW Ft. Walton Bch, Phone 242-0333 Open Weekdays - 10:00 a.m. -- 6:{)0 Saturdays --- 9:{)0 a.m. til I:00 p.m. The lnteragency Council met on Tuesday, February 3, in the Conference Room of the Com- mercial Bank. Mr. C. R. Trousdale gave the invocation. Mrs. Virginia Mills, chairman, introduced Mr. Seth Hammett, Administrative Assistant, Lur- leon B. Wallace State Junior College, who presented the pro- gram. Mr. Hammett stated in addi- tion to the college's primary responsibility in the field of higher education, it desires to serve as a cultural and recrea- tional center. In the cultural areas, he called attention to the February 7 performance of the Birmingham Symphony Orches- tra and "Godspell" February 18-~.0. As for recreational faci- lities available, he mentioned 6 lighted tennis courts, lighted softball and baseball fields, and golf range with comments on the 9 hole golf course now under construction. He traced the building of the school from the land purchase in 1967, to first classes in Bethune School in 1969 - - enroll- ment 293; enrollment for first year on campus - 19"/0,595. I149 are currently attending. Crenshaw, Covington and Butler counties are served by the school with bus service being provided. All required courses are offered for those who intend to transfer to four-year schools for their degrees. Also, there are excellent one and two year career education courses. In addition, regular and special interest classes are held in the evening for those who cannot attend day classes. Evening classes are available in Green- ville, Luverne, Opp, and Florala, as well as on the main campus. Some 3rd and 4th year as well as graduate courses are available through Troy Uni- versity. Mr. Hammett used a slide presentation in describing the school. .~. :. o ! el e~ It's ": nnual C at la ! And because you mean so much to us It's our way of saying doing business with us! FREE REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED DURING THE RECEPTION HOURS OF 9:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14 A report on the Cooking and Baking School now in progress in the Bethune School, under the CETA program, was given by both Mr. Hammett and Mr. Trousdale. l